Title:Forum: rethinking the rules Author(s):SØRENSEN, Georg; LANG, Jr., Anthony; RENGGER, Nicholas; WALKER, William; KLABBERS, Jan; KRATOCHWIL, Friedrich; BROWN, Chris; AGUILAR, Mario I.; SCHICK, Kate; IMBER, Mark; THIRKELL-WHITE, Ben; LAMPEL, Joseph; ALDRICH, Richard J.; GROVE, Eric; DANCHEV, Alex; SHEFFIELD, Gary; CRANG, Jeremy A.; FREEDMAN, LawrenceDate:2006Citation:
- International relations, 2006, 20, 3, 251-380
Title:New regionalism and regional integration: the role of national institutions Author(s):OBYDENKOVA, AnastassiaDate:2006Citation:
- Cambridge review of international affairs, 2006, 19, 4, 589-610
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article focuses, first, on the under-explored issues of new regionalism: its subnational level and transnational regional cooperation as an initial stage of new regionalism. Second, it analyses the development of new ...
Title:Re-thinking the 'inter' in international politics Author(s):KRATOCHWIL, FriedrichDate:2007Citation:
- Millennium, 2007, 35, 3, 495-511
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article examines the politics that emerge from three different conceptions of the `inter': exchange, interest and identity. It argues that the classical focus on 'distributive justice' in political analysis is too ...
Title:The international dimension of democratization: testing the parsimonious approach Author(s):OBYDENKOVA, AnastassiaDate:2007Citation:
- Cambridge review of international affairs, 2007, 20, 3, 473-490
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article examines the importance of the international context on regime change. It provides evidence that geographic proximity to the European Union (EU) does not result in the spread of democracy. In contrast, ...
Title:Looking back from somewhere: reflections on what remains 'critical' in critical theory Author(s):KRATOCHWIL, FriedrichDate:2007Citation:
- Review of international studies, 2007, 33, Special Issue, 25-46
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article revisits some of the theoretical debates within the field of IR since Ashley and Cox challenged the mainstream. But in so doing it attempts also to show that the proposed alternatives have their own blind spots ...
Title:Beyond post-Cold War liberalism : a critical agenda for new powers in world politic Author(s):MEDINA DE SOUZA, Igor AbdallaDate:2010Citation:
- Florence : European University Institute, 2010
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of Political and Social SciencesAbstract:This is a thesis on the normative consequences on policymaking of the post-Cold War liberal agenda developed by mainstream scholars of International Relations and International Law, more prominently Andrew Moravcsik and ...
Title:State freedom and international relations Author(s):HERRON, PatrickDate:2015Citation:
- Florence : European University Institute, 2015
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of Political and Social SciencesAbstract:Much of both the academic and practical discourse about international politics implies conceptions of states as, in one way or another, free or unfree. We talk about state autonomy, suggesting states have the capacity to ...
Title:Notions of justice and fairness in international relations Author(s):STEFFEK, JensDate:2002Citation:
- Florence, European University Institute, 2002
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of Political and Social Sciences
Title:Habermas’s Notion of a Post-Secular Society. A Perspective from International Relations Author(s):BARBATO, Mariano; KRATOCHWIL, FriedrichDate:2008Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2008/25Abstract:How can secular Western IR theory deal with religion? Bringing in the debates on religion in the public sphere, the paper’s goal is to foster a deeper understanding of the nexus between religion and international relations. ...
Title:Structural power and political science in the post-crisis era Author(s):CULPEPPER, Pepper D.Date:2015Citation:
- Business and politics, 2015, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 391-409
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Global Governance Programme]; [Europe in the World]Abstract:This essay highlights productive ways in which scholars have reanimated the concept of structural power to explain puzzles in international and comparative politics. Past comparative scholarship stressed the dependence of ...